Luxury Tours of Los Angeles - 2:25 29 May 2012

Look Up, Look Down and See the Stars

Griffith Park Observatory at night

Griffith Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States, is home to the Griffith Observatory, a wonderful science museum focusing on our place in the cosmos.  We drive up there often with our guests on our private luxury tours of Los Angeles to see the museum and the amazing views afforded by its mountainside location overlooking the city and Hollywood.  On clear days you can see the beaches and Catalina Island.  At night the views are even more spectacular with dazzling lights and colors plus you have the night sky to watch.  In the front of the observatory there is a bust of James Dean, a star you can touch!  What James Dean movie was filmed at the observatory (hint below)?

Don’t forget to drop by MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) to see the Rebel exhibit.  Also, REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE is playing at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) on June 2, 2012.

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